Richard LE_EYRE

Father: 13th_Century EYRES

Family 1: MARSHALL


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Notes

!SOURCE: Joseph Foster, THE DICTIONARY OF HERALDRY: FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS AND PEDIGREES, first published in 1902 as SOME FEUDAL COATS OF ARMS, James Parker and Co., this edition 1994, Studio Editions Ltd., London, pp. 79, 80. Richard Le Eyre, held the fourth part of a knight's fee at Barton, in Warwickshire, with his brother-in-law, Robert Marshall, of Brough, near Hope, 36 Hen. III. 1251-2, Testa De Nevill. A namesake Richard, the crusader, having taken up the cross, was named with others in letter of protection dated at Westminster, 26 June, 1270, 54 H. III. ARMS: [Eyre, William Le, of Hope (H.III)--bore, argent, on a chevron sable three quatrefoyles or. -- Shirley] F. Richard le Eyr took up the cross in the last crusade 1270. [NOTE: Possessed these arms as early as this time.]

!NOTE: Richard le Heyr of Hope possessed together with William Marshall of Brough the 4th part of a knight fee at Barton Co. Warwick, 36 Henry III (1252). Dugdale's Warwickshire. [Barbarann Ayars]


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